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Life at ESPN

Graphics Systems Developer I (Current Employee)
Bristol, CT

I have been working at ESPN

Pros- opportunity to grow
- smart co-workers
- team environment
- worldwide leader in sports
- goo energy from top to bottom

Cons- very competitive
- some huge egos
- employees on lower levels not treated as equals
- hard to advance

Advice to Senior ManagementTake a hands-on approach to knowing what your workers are doing rather than basing their performance on what others say...there's a general disconnect there.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Associate Product Manager (Current Employee)
New York, NY

I have been working at ESPN


Pros: If you are passionate in sports and want to make a difference in the way… Cons: salaries are low and the opportunity for career advancement has slowed… Advice to Senior Management: you should make sure your direct reports can advance or the product… More

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Associate Director Technology (Former Employee)
Bristol, CT

I worked at ESPN


Pros: Lot of employees really work hard for the company Cons: There is an old boys network their that makes it… Advice to Senior Management: I know the company is 32 years old and many of the management was there from… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More

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